Aalto ranked 34 in the Financial Times European Business Schools Ranking

Aalto continues at place #2 among Nordic Business Schools
Financial Times ranking 2022

The Aalto University School of Business was placed 34th in the FT European Business Schools Ranking 2022 published by the Financial Times newspaper. The ranking lists the top 95 business schools in Europe. The Financial Times ranking of European business schools is a composite ranking based on the combined performance of Europe’s leading schools.

The ranking measures the schools’ quality and the breadth of programmes on a number of indicators ranging from salaries and career progress to overall diversity in the organization and mobility.

In addition to the Aalto University School of Business, a few other Nordic schools are on the list, e.g.: Stockholm School of Economics #20, Copenhagen Business School (CBS) #36, NHH Norwegian School of Economics #45, BI Norwegian Business School #48, and Hanken Svenska handelshögskolan #80 (Finland).

The European Business Schools Ranking 2022 by The Financial Times was published on 5 December 2022.

Further information:
European Business Schools Rankings 2022 (

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